a chronology of events

The events of 2020 have their roots in events from previous years.

The basis for taking our freedoms lies in a propagated medical myth. The facts have been suppressed for hundreds of years for the sake of profit. But, now, with this falsehood so deeply embedded in the world’s psyche as truthit is the perfect tool for scaring the population into giving up complete control. For this reason, significant attention is paid to the history of this phenomenon. Having a deep understanding of the suppressed history of viruses and related issues are a must  if we are to move forward and free ourselves from these lies. It is deeply recommended that you take the necessary time to process all of this information.


While we are gathering all of this information to present to you, it would be very informative for you to watch this documentary, which spells out the events of recent times, and how the public is being so terribly misled.



inoculation has deep historic roots


1500 B.C.

“Dhanwantari, the Vedic Father of Medicine, and the earliest known Hindu physician, who lived about 1,500 B.C., is supposed to have been the first to practice inoculation for smallpox. It is even stated that the ancient Hindus employed a vaccine, which they prepared by the transmission of the smallpox virus through a cow.”  [1]History of Inoculation and Vaccination, pp. 6, 13

This common practice of disease transmission of both ancient and modern tunes, undoubtedly, has a strong relationship to the plagues and epidemics that sweep those countries where vaccination is still practiced.

If this method of disease prevention had ever been successful, smallpox would have been eliminated from the world centuries ago, but smallpox persists in localities where vaccination is compulsory and declines where it is abandoned in favor of sanitation and hygienic measures. [2]THE POISONED NEEDLE: Suppressed Facts About Vaccination, By Eleanor McBean, 1957



france and inoculation

“The first record of inoculation in France appears in 1712, and in 1763 a fatal epidemic of smallpox occurred in that country that wiped out a large part of the population; it was attributed to inoculation and for a time the Government prohibited the practice. Five years later, on the insistence of the medical faculties, this decree was rescinded and by the latter part of the 18th century inoculation was again commonly practiced in that country. [3]THE POISONED NEEDLE: Suppressed Facts About Vaccination, By Eleanor McBean, 1957




“The first record of inoculation in Ireland appears in 1723, when a medical doctor in Dublin inoculated 25 persons. Three of these died as a result, and the custom was abandoned for some time. [4]THE POISONED NEEDLE: Suppressed Facts About Vaccination, By Eleanor McBean, 1957




‘Inoculation appears to have been first introduced in Germany in 1724. It soon fell into disfavor, however, because of the many deaths in Berlin from smallpox, as a result of it. After many years of diligent medical propagandizing, the doctors were able to get the people to accept it again. [5]THE POISONED NEEDLE: Suppressed Facts About Vaccination, By Eleanor McBean, 1957



“In 1754, Peverani introduced inoculation for smallpox into Rome, but smallpox soon began to spread and opposition rose to such a pitch that the practice was discontinued, until the medical profession, after years of labor, persuaded the people to again submit to it.

“One hundred forty-two years later, Carlo Ruta, Professor of Materia Medica at the University of Perugia, Italy, protested against the deadly custom in these scathing words:


“Vaccination is a monstrosity, a misbegotten offspring of error and ignorance; and, being such, it should have no place in either hygiene or medicine….Believe not in vaccination, it is a world-wide delusion, an unscientific practice, a fatal superstition with consequences measured today by tears and sorrow without end.’ [6]THE POISONED NEEDLE: Suppressed Facts About Vaccination, By Eleanor McBean, 1957




Edward Jenner inoculated his 18 months old son with swine-pox, on November 1791 and again in April, 1798 with cow-pox. The boy was never very well after that and died of tuberculosis at the age of 21. [7]THE POISONED NEEDLE: Suppressed Facts About Vaccination, By Eleanor McBean, 1957



edward jenner is funded and massive failures abound

In spite of the obvious failure of vaccination, Jenner applied to the English Government for money to promote his scheme. It was on the strength of the dairymaid’s story and his groundless promise of lifetime immunity, and his unscientific experiment on James Phipps that Parliament gave him 10 000 in 1802. Either Jenner had an unusual gift of persuasion or the English government was a victim of “wishful thinking” for in 1807 Jenner talked them out another 20,000 pounds which amounted to 30,000 pounds in all, ($150,000) public funds with which to propagate his vaccination diseases and death throughout the world.

When Jenner made the statement that one vaccination would give lifelong protection against smallpox he seemed to expect that people would regard him as some great Oracle whose words would never be questioned. Even after deaths had occurred from vaccination he brazenly submitted a manuscript to the Royal College of Surgeons entitled, “An Inquiry into the Causes and Effects of Variolae Vaccine” in which he again stated his theory, ” . . . What renders the cowpox virus so extremely singular is, that the person who has been thus affected is forever after secure from the infusion of smallpox; neither exposure to the various effluvia nor the insertion of the matter into the skin producing the malady.”

The complaints continued to pour in but Jenner ignored the facts and like one possessed by an obsession he wrote in his third publication an answer to the objectors as follows: “Some there are who suppose the security (Immunity) obtained through the cowpox will be of temporary nature only. This supposition is refuted, not only by analogy with respect to the habits of disease of a similar kind, but by incontrovertible facts, which appear again its. . .” (Baron 1, p. 490)

Where (we ask) are these incontrovertible facts? No one has seen them and Jenner never did bring them forth. But Jenner and a certain class of doctors had discovered that vaccination could be a paying business even if they couldn’t make it work; so from then on, the colossal advertising program was set up to propagandize the population into believing in vaccination.

Lord Lyttleton must have had a stake in this multi-million dollar enterprise when he stated in the House of Lords: “It is unnecessary to speak of the certainty of vaccination as a preventive of smallpox, that being a point on which the whole medical profession has arrived at complete unanimity.”

This statement was not quite true because all the enlightened doctors, (of which there were not a great many) condemned vaccination. But the words of Lyttleton had their desired effect on the people and that was the purpose of the speech. Everything possible was done to suppress the facts that revealed the dismal failure of vaccination.

According to Thomas Morgan in his Medical Delusions (p. 48-49) “Jenner soon discovered that vaccination did not give immunity from smallpox, including some who had been vaccinated by himself and had died from it. Not wishing to bring vaccination into disrepute, he endeavored to suppress reports, and in writing to a friend, said, ‘I wish my professional brethren to be slow to publish fatal results after vaccination.’ and in 1810 he wrote: ‘When I found Dr. Woodworth about to publish his pamphlet relative to the eruption (smallpox) cases at the Smallpox Hospital, I entreated him in the strongest terms, both by letter and conversation, not to do a thing that would so disturb the progress of vaccination.’ (Barron’s Life of Jenner)

“The foregoing plainly proves that Jenner himself was aware of the utter uselessness of vaccination; but, having received the bounty from the government he preferred to resort to all kinds of schemes rather than acknowledge its failure.

“From its inception until the present day, the vaccination scheme has been an endless record of lies, deception, fraud, juggling statistics, and falsifying death certificates in order to preserve vaccination from reproach and to secure its continuation. . . and all this after more than a century of terrible experience, which has demonstrated that vaccination has killed more than smallpox, besides crippling and disfiguring millions more.”



In his work on The Value of Vaccination (pp. 68-69) Dr. William Winterburn says that even “The Royal Jennerian Society” (under Jenner’s direction) in its second report in 1806, “Admitted having seen a few cases of smallpox in persons who had passed through the cowpox in the usual way.” He says further:

“In the same year, the Royal College of Surgeons issued a circular letter to 1,000 of its members asking their experience with vaccination. They received 426 answers, with the information of 56 cases of smallpox in the vaccinated, 66 cases of eruption and 24 bad arms.”

The London MEDICAL OBSERVER, (VoL VI, 1810) published particulars of “535 CASES OF SMALLPOX AFTER VACCINATION — the operation having been performed in some of them by Jenner himself — including their names and the authorities reporting them; and similar details of 97 FATAL CASES OF SMALLPOX IN THE VACCINATED, with 150 cases of serious injury arising from vaccination among whom were 10 medical men — with their names and addresses — including two professors of anatomy, who had suffered from the operation in their own families.” (Medical Voodoo — Hale p. 85)

Winterburn gives additional proof of the failure of vaccination to protect from smallpox, in a report of a “Severe epidemic in Marseilles when 2,000 vaccinated persons were stricken with smallpox; and the epidemic of 1831 in Wurttemberg when 995 ‘protected’ ones succumbed to the prevailing malady.”

When Jenner was faced with the disturbing fact that vaccination with cowpox was as much a failure as the previous inoculations with human smallpox, he invented all manner of excuses which were as unconvincing as they were useless. His one-track mind seemed to admit no other thought except pus. So when cow or human putrescence didn’t prevent smallpox he continued to experiment with other varieties. He noticed that in the suppurating cracks in the feet of diseased horses there was a putrid mass of pus. This disease was called “horse grease” by some people but was considered, by some veterinarians, to be a form of syphilis of the horse. Others said it was a type of consumption or wasting disease. For some unaccountable reason, Jenner thought this pus would be a good addition to his discredited vaccines so he injected it into a cow and produced a disease in the cow. With the concoction of pus from the diseased horse and cow he made a serum. When the people learned what he had done they protested so violently that Dr. Pearson wrote to Jenner immediately and said, “For God’s sake take the horse out, or you will damn the whole business.”

Following that incident, Jenner wrote to a friend and said, “I am on the look-out to be able to make a fortune, and to appease the public.” Then, as Dr. Hadwin related in his famous lecture, “Jenner decided to take the horse out. But he was still faced with the problem of finding genuine cowpox. This he was never able to do. In sheer desperation, he fell back upon spontaneous cowpox although he had declared previously, it was absolutely useless in preventing smallpox. And it is this spontaneous cowpox vaccine, this which was denounced by Edward Jenner, this which was scouted by the so-called inventor himself as absolutely useless in protecting against smallpox; this is the stuff that is being used today under the name of ‘pure calf lymph smallpox vaccine’ and before which the medical profession is bowing, while professing to follow in the footsteps of Jenner. [8]THE POISONED NEEDLE: Suppressed Facts About Vaccination, By Eleanor McBean, 1957




When Jenner promised the world that his cowpox vaccinations would give lifetime immunity “with no dangerous results” as with the usual inoculations, he admitted that inoculation had always been accompanied with danger that all recognized. It was not long, however, before Jenner’s cowpox vaccinations were followed by death and disease and that practice was also branded as dangerous and deadly.

Regarding the increased death-rate due to vaccination, Herbert Spencer states in his Facts and Comments:

“Jenner and his disciples have assumed that when the vaccine has passed through the patient’s system he is safe against smallpox, and there the matter ends . . . I propose to show that there the matter does not end. The interference with the order of Nature has various sequences other than those counted upon. Some have been made known.

“A Parliamentary Return issued in 1880 (No. 392) shows. . . that there was a decrease of 6,600 (per million births) in the deaths of infants from all causes; while the deaths caused by eight specified diseases, either directly communicable or exacerbated by the effects of vaccination, increased from 20,524 to 41,353 per million births per annum — more than double. It is clear that far more were killed by these other diseases than were saved from smallpox.”

Vaccination was made compulsory in England in 1853. Judging by the data from the above-quoted Parliamentary Return, it would appear that after 27 years of enforced vaccination, the death rate increased only among the vaccinated diseases. The decline in deaths from other causes was, no doubt, brought about by the improvement in sanitation and nutrition that came into prominence about that time. It was around 1840 that Sylvester Graham, Dr. Trall and other pioneers of the new health movement emphasized the importance of correct nutrition and through this teaching they helped raise the health standards that saved many lives. If vaccination had not been persisted in, the great improvements in sanitation and nutrition would have had a better chance to eliminate disease. But as it is, we now have a greater scourge of killer diseases than at any other time in recorded history; and much of it is traceable to vaccination. [9]THE POISONED NEEDLE: Suppressed Facts About Vaccination, By Eleanor McBean, 1957




The Spanish flu was blamed on a virus even though there was a confluence of events that all contributed to the large number of deaths worldwide. Here are the many events that affected the internal and external environment of earthlings;

aspirin promoted to public just before the death spike

The hypothesis presented herein is that aspirin contributed to the incidence and severity of viral pathology, bacterial infection, and death, because physicians of the day were unaware that the regimens (8.0–31.2 g per day) produce levels associated with hyperventilation and pulmonary edema in 33% and 3% of recipients, respectively. Recently, pulmonary edema was found at autopsy in 46% of 26 salicylate-intoxicated adults. Experimentally, salicylates increase lung fluid and protein levels and impair mucociliary clearance.

In 1918, the US Surgeon General, the US Navy, and the Journal of the American Medical Association recommended use of aspirin just before the October death spike. If these recommendations were followed, and if pulmonary edema occurred in 3% of persons, a significant proportion of the deaths may be attributable to aspirin.

Recent studies suggest enhanced pathogenicity of certain influenza viruses as well as abnormal immune host responses. The 1918 influenza H1N1 virus, in contrast to a conventional human H1N1 influenza virus (A/Kawasaki/173/01), infected the lower respiratory tract, produced acute respiratory distress, and was associated with a dysregulated antiviral response in a cynomologous macaque model [6]. Also, the 1918 viral polymerase complex (PA, PB1, and PB2) promoted growth of the 1918 virus in the lower respiratory tract of ferrets [7]. Similarly, 2003 human H5N1 isolates, like 1997 human H5N1 isolates, induced overproduction of proinflammatory cytokines in human macrophages in vitro [8].

However, it is unlikely that the virus and immune responses alone were responsible for the 1918 deaths. As recently reviewed by Brundage and Shanks [4], most persons had self-limited disease with case-fatality rates of <2%, and mortality and case-fatality rates differed widely among populations. During the fall of 1918, death and influenza case-fatality rates ranged from 0.58% to 3.3% and 2.1% to 10%, respectively, in the 12 US Army camps with >10,000 cases of influenza or pneumonia each [9, 10]. Frost [2] noted that the wide variation in mortality rates between cities, some of which were close together, was not explained by climate, population density, preventive measures, or other environmental characteristics. These observations suggest the importance of factors related to location rather than the virus itself. Likewise, the unusual mortality rate among young adults remains unexplained. Salicylate has been suggested [3, 11, 12], and increased mortality rates have been found in ferrets exposed to influenza, aspirin, and an arginine-deficient diet, compared with each alone or in 2 combinations [13], yet mechanistic and epidemiologic evidence has not been fully explored. [10]Salicylates and Pandemic Influenza Mortality, 1918–1919 Pharmacology, Pathology, and Historic Evidence – Karen M. Starko

Radiowaves and apparent viral outbreaks

There is a direct correlation between electricity and health. The concept of influenza (catching a bug) was not common until the implementation of the electrical grid (i.e. the installation of electrical wiring in homes and cities). It is at this time, and in these places, where phrases like, “I caught the bug that’s going around”, became commonplace.  The more intense the electrical grid, the more intense the influenza symptoms in society.

The addition of worldwide radio waves has always brought with it, massive widespread symptoms. It is because the whole planet is exposed to these new frequencies that there appears to be some sort of viral outbreak.

Radio came of age during the First World War. For long-distance communications, there were no satellites and no shortwave equipment. Vacuum tubes had not yet been perfected. Transistors were decades into the future. It was the era of immense radio waves, inefficient aerials the size of small mountains, and spark gap transmitters that scattered radiation like buckshot all over the radio spectrum to interfere with everyone else’s signals. Oceans were crossed by brute force, three hundred thousand watts of electricity being supplied to those mountains to achieve a radiated power of perhaps thirty thousand. The rest was wasted as heat. Morse code could be sent but not voice. Reception was sporadic, unreliable.

Few of the great powers had had a chance to establish overseas communication with their colonies before war intervened in 1914. The United Kingdom had two ultra-powerful stations at home, but no radio links with a colony. The first such link was still under construction near Cairo. France had one powerful station at the Eiffel Tower, and another at Lyon, but no links with any of its overseas colonies. Belgium had a powerful station in the Congo State, but blew up its home station at Brussels after war broke out. Italy had one powerful station in Eritrea, and Portugal had one in Mozambique and one in Angola. Norway had one ultrapotent transmitter, Japan one, and Russia one. Only Germany had made much progress in building an Imperial Chain, but within months after the declaration of war, all of its overseas stations—at Togo, Dar-es-Salaam, Yap, Samoa, Nauru, New Pomerania, Cameroon, Kiautschou, and German East Africa—were destroyed. [11]Baker 1971, p. 160.

Radio, in short, was in its faltering infancy, still crawling, its attempts to walk hindered by the onset of the European War. During 1915 and 1916, the United Kingdom made progress in installing thirteen long-range stations in various parts of the world in order to keep in contact with its navy.

When the United States entered the war in 1917, it changed the terrain in a hurry. The United States Navy already had one giant transmitter at Arlington, Virginia and a second at Darien, in the Canal Zone. A third, in San Diego, began broadcasting in May 1917, a fourth, at Pearl Harbor, on October 1 of that year, and a fifth, at Cavite, the Philippines, on December 19. The Navy also took over and upgraded private and foreign-owned stations at Lents, Oregon; South San Francisco, California; Bolinas, California; Kahuku, Hawaii; Heeia Point, Hawaii; Sayville, Long Island; Tuckerton, New Jersey; and New Brunswick, New Jersey. By late 1917, thirteen American stations were sending messages across two oceans. Fifty more medium and high powered radio stations ringed the United States and its possessions for communication with ships. To equip its ships the Navy manufactured and deployed over ten thousand low, medium, and high powered transmitters. By early 1918, the Navy was graduating over four hundred students per week from its radio operating courses. In the short course of a year, between April 6, 1917 and early 1918, the Navy built and was operating the world’s largest radio network.

America’s transmitters were far more efficient than most of those built previously. When a 30-kilowatt Poulson arc was installed at Arlington in 1913, it was found to be so much superior to the 100-kilowatt spark apparatus there that the Navy adopted the arc as its preferred equipment and ordered sets with higher and higher ratings. A 100-kilowatt arc was installed at Darien, a 200-kilowatt arc in San Diego, 350-kilowatt arcs at Pearl Harbor and Cavite. In 1917, 30-kilowatt arcs were being installed on Navy ships, outclassing the  transmitters on most ships of other nations.

Still, the arc was basically only a spark gap with electricity flowing across it continuously instead of in bursts. It still sprayed the airway with unwanted harmonics, transmitted voices poorly, and was not reliable enough for continuous day and night communication. So the Navy tried out its first high-speed alternator, the one it inherited at New Brunswick. Alternators did not have spark gaps at all. Like fine musical instruments, they produced pure continuous waves that could be sharply tuned, and modulated for crystal clear voice or  telegraphic communication. Ernst Alexanderson, who designed them, also designed an antenna to go with them that increased radiation efficiency sevenfold. When tested against the 350-kilowatt timed spark at the same station, the 50-kilowatt alternator proved to have a bigger range. [12]Nimitz 1963, p. 239.

So in February 1918, the Navy began to rely on the alternator to handle continuous communications with Italy and France.

In July 1918, another 200-kilowatt arc was added to the system the Navy had taken over at Sayville. In September 1918, a 500-kilowatt arc went on the air at a new naval station at Annapolis, Maryland. Meanwhile the Navy had ordered a second, more powerful alternator for New Brunswick, of 200-kilowatt capacity. Installed in June, it too went on the air full time in September. New Brunswick immediately became the most powerful station in the world, outclassing Germany’s flagship station at Nauen, and was the first that transmitted both voice and telegraphic messages across the Atlantic Ocean clearly, continuously, and reliably. Its signal was heard over a large part of the earth.

The disease that was called Spanish influenza was born during these months. It did not originate in Spain. It did, however, kill tens of millions all over the world, and it became suddenly more fatal in September of 1918.

By some estimates the pandemic struck more than half a billion people, or a third of the world’s population.

Even the Black Death of the fourteenth century did not kill so many in so short a period of time. No wonder everyone is terrified of its return.

A few years ago researchers dug up four bodies in Alaska that had lain frozen in the permafrost since 1918 and were able to identify RNA from an influenza virus in the lung tissue of one of them. This was the monster germ that was supposed to have felled so many in the prime of their lives, the microbe that so resembles a virus of pigs, against whose return we are to exercise eternal vigilance, lest it decimate the world again.

But there is no evidence that the disease of 1918 was contagious. The Spanish influenza apparently originated in the United States in early 1918, seemed to spread around the world on Navy ships, and first appeared on board those ships and in seaports and Naval stations. The largest early outbreak, laying low about 400 people, occurred in February in the Naval Radio School at Cambridge, Massachusetts. [13]Annual Report of the Surgeon General 1919, p. 367,

In March, influenza spread to Army camps where the Signal Corps was being trained in the use of the wireless: 1,127 men contracted influenza in Camp Funston, in Kansas, and 2,900 men in the Oglethorpe camps in Georgia. In late March and April, the disease spread to the civilian population, and around the world. Mild at first, the epidemic exploded with death in September, everywhere in the world at once. Waves of mortality traveled with astonishing speed over the global ocean of humanity, again and again until their force was finally spent three years later.

Its victims were often sick repeatedly for months at a time. One of the things that puzzled doctors the most was all of the bleeding. Ten to fifteen percent of flu patients seen in private practice, [14]Berman 1918 and up to forty percent of flu patients in the Navy [15]Annual Report of the Surgeon General 1919, pp. 411-12 suffered from nosebleeds, doctors sometimes describing the blood as “gushing” from the nostrils. [16]Nuzum 1918

Others bled from their gums, ears, skin, stomach, intestines, uterus, or kidneys, the most common and rapid route to death being hemorrhage in the lungs: flu victims drowned in their own blood. Autopsies revealed  that as many as one-third of fatal cases had also hemorrhaged into their brain, [17]Journal of the American Medical Association 1918e, p. 1576. and occasionally a patient appeared to be recovering from respiratory symptoms only to die of a brain hemorrhage. “The regularity with which these various hemorrhages appeared suggested the possibility of there being a change in the blood itself,” wrote Drs. Arthur Erskine and B. L. Knight of Cedar Rapids, Iowa in late 1918.

So they tested the blood from a large number of patients with influenza and pneumonia. “In every case tested without a single exception,” they wrote, “the coagulability of the blood was lessened, the increase in time required for coagulation varying from two and one-half to eight minutes more than normal. Blood was tested as early as the second day of infection, and as late as the twentieth day of convalescence from pneumonia, with the same results… Several local physicians also tested blood from their patients, and, while our records are at this time necessarily incomplete, we have yet to receive a report of a case in which the time of coagulation was not prolonged.”

This is consistent not with any respiratory virus, but with what has been known about electricity ever since Gerhard did the first experiment on human blood in 1779. It is consistent with what is known about the effects of radio waves on blood coagulation.” [18]Pflomm 1931; Schliephake 1935, p. 120; Kyuntsel’ and Karmilov 1947; Richardson 1959; Schliephake 1960, p. 88; Rusyaev and Kuksinskiy 1973; Kuksinskiy 1978. See also Person 1997; Firstenberg 2001. [19]The Invisible Rainbow – Arthur Firstenberg


12,000,000 war surplus vaccines needed to be used

“As has been stated before, all medical and non-medical authorities on vaccination agree that vaccines are designed to cause a mild case of the diseases they are supposed to prevent. But they also know and admit that there is no way whatsoever to predict whether the case will be mild or severe – even deadly. With this much uncertainty in dealing with the very lives of people, it is very unscientific and extremely dangerous to use such a questionable procedure as vaccination.” [20]Swine Flu Expose – Eleanora I. McBean, Ph.D., N.D.


Effects of vaccines on the WWI solders


I heard that seven men dropped dead in a doctor’s office after being vaccinated. This was in an army camp, so I wrote to the Government for verification. They sent me the report of U.S. Secretary of War, Henry L. Stimson. The report not only verified the report of the seven who dropped dead from the vaccines, but it stated that there had been 63 deaths and 28,585 cases of hepatitis as a direct result of the yellow fever vaccine during only 6 months of the war. That was only one of the 14 to 25 shots given the soldiers. We can imagine the damage that all these shots did to the men.[21]Swine Flu Expose – Eleanora I. McBean, Ph.D., N.D.


We must sell the vaccines no matter what

The first World War was of short duration, so the vaccine makers were unable to use up all their vaccines. As they were (and still are) in business for profit, they decided to sell it to the rest of the population. So they drummed up the largest vaccination campaign in U.S. history. There were no epidemics to justify it so they used other tricks. Their propaganda claimed the soldiers were coming home from foreign countries with all kinds of diseases and that everyone must have all the shots on the market.

The people believed them because, first of all, they wanted to believe their doctors, and second, the returning soldiers certainly had been sick. They didn’t know it was from doctor-made vaccine diseases, as the army doctors don’t tell them things like that. Many of the returned soldiers were disabled for life by these drug-induced diseases. Many were insane from postvaccinal encephalitis, but the doctors called it shell shock, even though many had never left American soil.


This mass vaccination campaign was unprecedented in human history

The conglomerate disease brought on by the many poison vaccines baffled the doctors, as they never had a vaccination spree before which used so many different vaccines. The new disease they had created had symptoms of all the diseases they had injected into the man. There was the high fever, extreme weakness, abdominal rash and intestinal disturbance characteristic of typhoid. The diphtheria vaccine caused lung congestion, chills and fever, swollen, sore throat clogged with the false membrane, and the choking suffocation because of difficulty in breathing followed by gasping and death, after which the body turned black from stagnant blood that had been deprived of oxygen in the suffocation stages. In early days they called it Black Death. The other vaccines cause their own reactions — paralysis, brain damage, lockjaw, etc.

When doctors had tried to suppress the symptoms of the typhoid with a stronger vaccine, it caused a worse form of typhoid which they named paratyphoid. But when they concocted a stronger and more dangerous vaccine to suppress that one, they created an even worse disease which they didn’t have a name for. What should they call it? They didn’t want to tell the people what it really was — their own Frankenstein monster which they had created with their vaccines and suppressive medicines. They wanted to direct the blame away from themselves, so they called it Spanish Influenza. It was certainly not of Spanish origin, and the Spanish people resented the implication that the world-wide scourge of that day should be blamed on them. But the name stuck and American medical doctors and vaccine makers were not suspected of the crime of this widespread devastation — the 1918 Flu Epidemic. It is only in recent years that researchers have been digging up the facts and laying the blame where it belongs.[22]Swine Flu Expose – Eleanora I. McBean, Ph.D., N.D.




Dr. Rife’s invention magnified by 27,000 diameters and was in use by 1933. This microscope could see the organisms that were thought to be viruses. Dr. Rife developed a novel approach of using frequencies to destroy microorganisms. He would expose cell cultures to specific frequencies while viewing the cultures under his microscope. He was able to elicit healing of Cancers, Tuberculosis and other diseases. Soon after Dr. Rife’s reported successes, his instrumentation and  career was destroyed (by the efforts of Morris Fishbein, chairman of the AMA).[23]http://www.royal-rife.com/


Dr. Rife’s equipment demonstrated the concept of pleomorphism. A concept that would decimate the pharmaceutical industry.



Gaston Naessens invents the somatoscope

The Somatoscope is named after the smallest visible particle in a microscope that magnifies by an incredible 33,000 diameters. With this scope, we can see the smallest of particles, somatids. They are on everything organic. They are on Rocks, Dirt, in the water, on plants and all living things. Under the microscope you can see the somatids come together and morph into all other life forms. It is fair to say that there would be no life without the presence of somatids. Somatids form everything.

Somatids can be seen going though 16 stages of morphing (polymorphism) to form what we call, DNA. When environmental conditions are detrimental to life, some of these somatids form other particles called exosomesExosomes are what researchers see under electron microscopes and hypothesize that they are viruses. Electron microscopes can only show a still image of a living tissue sample after it has been treated and stained (so very dead). Since it is a still image, the medical profession has never been able to see the movement of these particles. It has only been theory that these particles come from an external source (such as would be the case with a contagion).

But, with the advent of the Somatoscope, Gaston was able to see these exosomes being created in the body, right along with DNA. Since these high power microscopes were successfully banned from all medical institutions, no research has been done on the reason for the growth of exosomes. All that is obvious is that they are created in an environment not suitable for optimal health. They could be the by-product of the body’s effort to stave off the deleterious effects of the inappropriate environment. Or, they could be a tool that is part of the body fixing damages from the deleterious environment.

One thing is for certain. And, that is the fact that they are growing internally based on the existing environment (both internally and externally), and they are not being transmitted from person to person. 


In a long lost chapter in the history of science, a violent controversy took place in France between the illustrious Louis Pasteur and Antoine Bechamp, a noted professor of physics, toxicology, medical chemistry, and biochemistry. Bechamp’s work led him to discover “microzymas” (tiny ferments), which were characterized by a host of small bodies in his fermenting solutions.

After years of study, Bechamp came to the conclusion that these microzymas were more basic to life than cells. Even with his crude equipment, he was able to observe that the microzymas underwent dramatic transformations during their life cycle. This caused Bechamp to champion the idea that the cause for disease lay within the body. Pasteur’s germ theory held that the cause came from without. Pasteur’s outspokenness helped the germ theory win out and it has dominated medical thinking for the past century.

Now, a hundred years later, Gaston Naessens has discovered an ultra-microscopic, sub-cellular, living and reproducing microscopic form which he christened a “somatid” (tiny body). This new particle could be cultured outside the bodies of the host. Naessens also observed that the particle had a pleomorphic (form-changing) life cycle, which has sixteen stages. Only the first three stages of the somatid’s life cycle are normal.

Naessens discovered that when the immune system is weakened or disrupted, the somatids go through the other thirteen stages. The weakening of the immune system could be brought about by a number of causes, such as exposure to chemical pollution, ionizing radiation, electric fields, poor nutrition, accidents, shock, depression, and many more.

Incredibly, Naessens’ research has resulted in the association of degenerative diseases (rheumatoid arthritis. multiple sclerosis, lupus, cancer and Aids) with the development of various forms in the sixteen-stage pathological cycle. The ability to associate the disease with specific stages has enabled Naessens to ‘pre-diagnose’ conditions in advance of when they would clinically appear.

This discovery puts Gaston Naessens at odds with the orthodox medical philosophy of today which has embraced Pasteur’s germ theory wholeheartedly. Naessen’s work is repeatable. The ability to culture somatids is a bell-weather to the rewriting of micro-biology!

Naessens has stated:

“I’ve been able to establish a life cycle of forms in the blood that add up to no less than a brand new understanding of the basis of life. What we’re talking about is an entirely new biology, one out of which has fortunately sprung practical applications of benefit to sick people, even before all of its many theoretical aspects have been sorted out.”[24]http://customers.hbci.com/~wenonah/new/naessen.htm


The Swine Flu Scare

As has happened throughout all recorded history, the Swine Flu Shot was far more menacing than the so-called Swine Flu. Even though 60 minutes reported on this, the world has remained enthralled with vaccinination.




In April 2009 to April 2010 the H1N1 “Swine Flu” swept across the United States.  The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that that during the outbreak there were 60.8 million cases in the US, 274,000 hospitalizations, and 12,469 deaths.

In September 2009, after there were already at least 593 confirmed deaths by the H1N1 flu, a relaxed and unalarmed Dr. Anthoney Fauci from the NIH downplayed the seriousness of the outbreak and told an interviewer that people just need to “use good judgement.”

That’s quite a change from the esteemed expert’s views on the current virus from China sweeping the world.

It’s peculiar that nowhere in the 2009 video does Dr. Fauci suggest that in order to alleviate the stress on hospital supplies we “force, uh, delay, if not cancel anything that’s elective, I mean any medical or surgical procedures that need to be done on an elective basis should not be done.” Dr. Fauci’s statement to NBC’s Savannah Guthrie on March 20, 2020 and his obvious slip of the tongue using the word “force” reveals just how much influence Dr. Fauci has over our daily lives. To date, hospitals, imaging centers, and outpatient departments across the country have cancelled non-emergent testing and surgical procedures.

Additionally, nowhere in the 2009 interview does Dr. Fauci specifically mention restaurants and bars as hot spots for the transmission of the H1N1 virus as he does in his recent interview with Yahoo News: “When I see crowded bars and crowded restaurants, it is a little bit unnerving,” Fauci said. “It’s clear that those are the situations that put people very much at risk.” Talk about wielding power. Take a look around the country. Local and state officials have heeded Fauci’s “unnerving” concern and ordered restaurants to close their dining areas, or adhere to a 10-person limit. In cities and small towns everywhere, the restaurant industry, which includes owners, suppliers, chefs, line cooks, waitstaff, and bartenders, has been decimated.[25]https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/03/video-of-dr-fauci-in-2009-is-unearthed-shows-a-calm-and-unalarmed-nih-chief-during-h1n1-epidemic-that-killed-over-12-thousand-americans/


JANUARY 20 – 2017


Dr. Anthony Fauci, the U.S. government’s top infectious disease specialist, warned in early 2017 that a “surprise outbreak” would occur during the Trump administration…

“There is no question that there will be a challenge to the coming administration in the arena of infectious diseases,” he said in a speech titled “Pandemic Preparedness in the Next Administration”

— at Georgetown University Medical Center. He delivered it just days before Trump was inaugurated on Jan. 20, 2017.


One must wonder, “How is it that Anthony Fauci can predict the future!?”

a history of actions taken by governments to collude for the creation of a one-world government



OCTOBER 11th, 2019 – event 201

In October, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the World Economic Forum hosted Event 201

This event was a 3.5 hour simulated exercise that somehow very ironically looks like the scenario that actually began not even two months after the event.


The Event 201 scenario

Carrying out this simulation of a pandemic scenario allowed those in attendance to refine the logistics of how the real-life unfolding events could be handled.

Event 201 simulates an outbreak of a novel zoonotic coronavirus transmitted from bats to pigs to people that eventually becomes efficiently transmissible from person to person, leading to a severe pandemic. The pathogen and the disease it causes are modeled largely on SARS, but it is more transmissible in the community setting by people with mild symptoms.

The disease starts in pig farms in Brazil, quietly and slowly at first, but then it starts to spread more rapidly in healthcare settings. When it starts to spread efficiently from person to person in the low-income, densely packed neighborhoods of some of the megacities in South America, the epidemic explodes. It is first exported by air travel to Portugal, the United States, and China and then to many other countries. Although at first some countries are able to control it, it continues to spread and be reintroduced, and eventually no country can maintain control.

There is no possibility of a vaccine being available in the first year. There is a fictional antiviral drug that can help the sick but not significantly limit spread of the disease.

Since the whole human population is susceptible, during the initial months of the pandemic, the cumulative number of cases increases exponentially, doubling every week. And as the cases and deaths accumulate, the economic and societal consequences become increasingly severe.

The scenario ends at the 18-month point, with 65 million deaths. 

The pandemic is beginning to slow due to the decreasing number of susceptible people. The pandemic will continue at some rate until there is an effective vaccine or until 80-90 % of the global population has been exposed. From that point on, it is likely to be an endemic childhood disease.

[27] https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/event201/scenario.html